Bobby Motaung sheds light on the Kaizer Chiefs' transfer deals related to the upcoming arrival of more players, while revealing that Arthur Zwane will have a major impact on the player movement process.
Motaung did not want to reveal whether Chiefs have signed Siyethemba Sithebe, Ashley Du Preez and Zitha Kwinika, with Samir Nurkovic, Kearyn Baccus and Lazarous Kamonole believed to be on their way to Naturena.
According sources Kwinika, Sithebe and Du Preez are already aquired; and Motaung did not confirm or deny that the club had signed three players.
“Can I let this surprise, the news, happen at the right time? "Today we will announce the coach," the director of football said at a press conference at FNB Stadium on Thursday.
Glamour Boys announced Arthur Zwane as the new head coach for the next three years, with Dillion Sheppard taking over as assistant coach. "Fortunately, as I said, it was part of an upcoming acquisition.
And when we announce who's coming and going, they're part of it. 'Even those [players] who were released are part of the decisions. So let's let the players properly announce the questions when the time is right.
Meanwhile, Amakhosi sporting director Kaizer Motaung Jr said the club would announce player dynamics. "In the next few days, you will officially hear on the platform in the club who we sign and who leaves," he said.
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